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tonight | ELNYA

Jaki L.
Brooklyn, NY
Post #: 10
Join ELNYA (emerging leaders of NY Arts) Tonight at the Jerome Greene Space. Deets below

In recent years, New York City has become a major locus for exploring the role of art in public spaces, art as public space, and the art of public space. These valuable initiatives represent not only a means for engaging and developing vibrant communities, but give us new ways to think about managing the arts. For this Creative Conversation, four local champions in public art practice will share behind-the-scenes cases of projects they have managed; reflecting on motivations, strategies for success, and lessons learned as advocates for dynamic, livable cities.

David Koren, Executive Producer, Figment
Lauren Ross, Curator and Director of Arts Programs, The High Line
Representative from Department of Transportation, Urban Art Program

Moderated by:
Katie Denny, North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition

Wednesday, April 21, 6:30pm
WNYC’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space
44 Charlton Street (at Varick Street)

The conversation continues after the panel!
9:00 pm at the Dog Ear Tavern, 333 Hudson Street (at Charlton Street) with an ELNYA Happy Hour!

Participate! $10 suggested cash donation at the door.
RSVP here:­

More info at­.

Co-presented by: ELNYA & SNEAC

Emerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA) is a New York City-based networking and professional development group that explores challenges, best practices, and new ideas in the field of arts management. We are an evolving group of arts administrators in our 20s and 30s who strive to empower ourselves with hands-on leadership opportunities and programming that elevates our field.

Student Network Exploring Arts & Culture (SNEAC) is an NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service student group whose mission is to promote informed discourse and activity in the arts and cultural sector with an emphasis on policy and administration.
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